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7 August 2013

Walk on Ilkley Moor

Probably best walked upon with a hat, Ilkley Moor separates the towns of Keighley and Ilkley in West Yorkshire rising to a height of 1,319 ft and probably best known for its celebration in the words of the Yorkshire folk song,

The moor is also known for various rock formations in its carboniferous limestone, including the Cow and Calf, its areas of heather and bracken, and various birds, lizards, frogs, toads and butterflies, and its interesting archaeology including various ancient carvings.

For more, see http://www.ilkleymoor.org/

For more, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilkley_Moor

^Picture © Terry Madeley used under a Creative Commons license^

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